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Jul 11, 2011 6:00am EDT
, so. >> all right, back to the book. >> yes. >> again, characterizations, david brooks. >> yes. >> a new york times columnist, you called him a big government conservative, what's that. >> yes, yes, he. >> what's that mean? >> he calls himself that. when he was at the weekly standard, he articulated along with william kristol, bill kristol, of the weekly standard, the idea of national greatness conservatism thatwhat conservatives need to really get people's energy up and to build a winning coalition is to indulge in big, great projects that are of national greatnesslet's build big dams, let's have big wars, let's have big kumbaya moments from a conservative point of view andi'm not a fan of that. matt welch is certainly not a fan of that. and i always bring it back to my grandparents who left europe because they didn't want to be part of somebody else's national greatness plan. >> richard nixon -- you call him the "colossus of yorba linda." >> yes, well that's a reference to the iluminados trilogy by robert anton wilson and robert shea, where throughout it, it's a great parody
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